As a cultural anthropologist what might you propose to research and would it be an Ethnology or Ethnography? What methods would you use to gather your data? What potential issues may you face while conducting your fieldwork and how would you deal with them?© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 25, 2018, 5:29 am ad1c9bdddf
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Cultural anthropology is a sub-branch of anthropology that focuses on human cultures, in particular the variations of cultural realities around the world and how this is influenced by socio-economic and political events. Cultural anthropologists therefore study human societies and cultures where qualitative research becomes standard. Ethnography is all about focus - it tasks cultural anthropologists to study a particular culture or social group and requires the utilization of either participant observation, surveys and immersion wherein the fieldwork becomes that event by which the ethnographer is able to ...
The methods and study of culture of cultural areheology is explored.
1) How can the recent decline in participation in all types of common-interest associations in North American be explained?
2) In what ways can the rising tide of Islamic fundamentalism in the Middle East and other areas of the world be seen as revitalization movements? Are there other terms that could apply to this phenomenon? What would anthropologists say about such movements?
3) With regard to the Swazi, is the "healing" practiced by a shaman fraudulent or therapeutic? What about a shaman practicing "alternative medicine" in Toronto? How relativistic should we be as a society about the practice of medicine?
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